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Dick gets 99 years for murder of VPSO

February 27th 2:43 pm

Leroy Dick Jr. not eligible for discretionary parole, nor reductions to his sentence by Dave Bendinger

Municipal leaders to meet in Anchorage

February 27th 2:42 pm

Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference features discussions on energy, education, bycatch

Subsistence Council seeks input on land use

February 27th 2:42 pm

Naknek agenda includes review of wildlife closure on federal public lands

Nome port study draft report released to the public

February 27th 2:41 pm

Most economically feasible site selected for northern port facility

In Manokotak, spring cleaning means taking the mud out

February 27th 2:40 pm

With the aim to make the main roads in Manokotak passable year-round, Bristol Engineering, a Bristol Bay Native Corporation company, has the mucky task of planning how to reroute melt-water and resurface roads.

Unalaska Police Report

February 27th 2:40 pm

As told by the Unalaska Police Department

Dillingham 8th-grade can drive continues

February 27th 2:39 pm

The Dillingham High/Middle School Class of 2019 has been carrying out their "Can Do" Project, collecting aluminum cans to take to the senior center to recycle.

Unalaska amends city ordinances to address marijuana law

February 27th 2:38 pm

Marijuana legalization took effect two days ago in Alaska, and a last week the Unalaska City Council voted to amend city ordinances to reflect the new reality, though with tight restrictions on public use.

Beaver Round-Up kicks off in Dillingham

February 27th 2:38 pm

For the second year in a row, warm weather and little snow have forced Beaver Round-Up organizers to cancel the traditional dog sled and snow machine races.

Lady Raiders sweep 3 from Sand Point

February 27th 2:37 pm

The Unalaska High School Lady Raiders rode solid performances from Cheyanne Shaishnikoff and Kanesia Price to three key wins this past weekend in Sand Point.

Top-ranked Raiders roll past Sand Point

February 27th 2:36 pm

The Unalaska High School Raiders would have made 1980's rock-and-roll band Loverboy proud.

Dillingham girls split series with Bethel

February 27th 2:36 pm

The Dillingham High School Lady Wolverines split their two-game series with the Bethel Lady Warriors this past weekend.

Dillingham junior varsity team drops two to Bethel

February 27th 2:35 pm

The Dillingham High School junior varsity basketball team suffered a pair of tough losses to the Bethel Regional Warriors this weekend in the WarriorDome in Bethel.

Wolverines suffer 73-66 loss to Bethel in double overtime

February 27th 2:34 pm

The Dillingham High School Wolverines may not have won their weekend series with the Bethel Regional High School Warriors, but they gained some serious respect.

Mood upbeat after boom year for salmon

February 27th 2:34 pm

Last year was one of the busiest years ever for Alaska brokers who help fishermen buy, sell and trade fishing permits and quota shares.

Opinion: City continues to research geothermal power prospects

February 27th 2:33 pm

On Feb. 13, KSLC managing partner Ed Fish's opinion piece "Setting the record straight on Unalaska's role in effort to develop a geothermal power" ran in our regional newspaper, and did anything but set the record straight.

Opinion: Unalaska geothermal project wasn't feasible

February 27th 2:32 pm

The following is a response to commentary by Ed Fish published Feb. 13 in the Bristol Bay Times - Dutch Harbor Fisherman.

Opinion: Alaska needs to ensure fair share of offshore oil, gas revenue

February 27th 2:32 pm

It seems likely that offshore drilling in Chuckchi, Beaufort seas will begin

Opinion: Ten years later, anguish of a mother's suicide can't replace joy

February 27th 2:31 pm

She was wonderful. She loved getting people together for food, laughs and stories. She got a kick out of being around those she loved, and her ebullience, smile and laugh made those around her feel good, valued and relaxed.

Opinion: ANWR worshippers fail to consider Inupiat

February 27th 2:29 pm

The Inupiat Eskimo lived on Alaska's North Slope for countless generations -unknown to the outside world.

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